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To make money in locksmithing, you have to work quickly and professionally, which requires using proper tools and supplies. In addition to many of the hand and power tools commonly used by carpenters and electricians, locksmiths use a variety of special tools. Which special items you ll need depends on which jobs you will perform. The more services you want to offer, the more special tools you ll need. For tools, quality is often more important than quantity. A tool that breaks, bends, or stops working at the wrong time can cause you to lose a lot of money. It can also cost you money by damaging your customer s property. On the other hand, a tool that s designed to last a lifetime will pay for itself many times. Even if you have little money to invest in tools, always get the highest-quality products that you can afford. This chapter lists all the basic tools and supplies you ll need to perform any locksmithing task. It also tells what to look for when buying tools and supplies. Electric Drills It s important to choose the right drill because when doing locksmithing work, you ll use your drill more often than any other type of portable power tool (Fig. 2.1). Drills range in price from under $50 to more than $200. Although price is often an indication of the quality of a drill, the only way to be sure you re getting the most for your money is to know the important ways drills differ from one another. Three common drill sizes are available: 1 4, 3 8, and 1 2 inch. Drill size is determined by the largest diameter drill bit shank the drill s chuck can hold without an adapter. For example, a drill whose chuck can hold a drill bit shank of up to a 1 2 inch is called a 1 2-inch drill.
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Figure 2.1 A 1 2-inch electric drill is one of the most useful tools a locksmith
can have. (Makita U.S.A., Inc.)
A drill s power is a combination of chuck speed and torque. Speed is measured in rpm (revolutions per minute when the chuck is spinning freely in the air). Torque refers to the twisting force at the chuck when the drill is being used to drill a hole. Any drill will slow down while drilling a hole, but the more torque it has the easier it will bore through material. Chuck speed and torque are largely determined by the type of reduction gears a drill has. Reduction gears in a drill work somewhat like car gears. One gear, for example, lets the car move quickly on a flat road. Another gear gives the car more power when climbing a steep hill. This analogy isn t perfect, however, because a drill comes with a fixed type of reduction gear set. You can t shift the gears of a drill. A single-stage reduction gear set lets a drill s chuck spin extremely fast in the air but supplies little torque. A two-stage reduction gear set provides fewer rpms, and more torque. A three-stage reduction gear set further reduces rpms and increases torque. Greater torque is especially useful when drilling hardwood, steel, or other hard materials. It s also useful when drilling large holes, such as those needed to install deadbolt locks. Most 1 4-inch drills have a single-stage reduction gear set. Their chucks commonly spin at 2500 rpms or more. Such drills are lightweight and most often used for drilling plastic, softwood, and sheet metal. Using a 1 4-inch drill to drill hardwood or steel would be time-consuming and could damage the drill.
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